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  1. AN L5 S1 DISC LESION DOES NOT CAUSE
    HEEL WALKING AND WEAK DORSIFLEXION OF THE GREAT TOE
  2. A PROMINENT RIGHT TRANSVERSE PROCESS OF L1 IN A RIGHT SECTIONAL CONVEXITY IS MOST EFFECTIVELY CORRECTED BY A DBL THENAR ADJ WITH THE______ HAND CONTACT ON THE PROMINENCE WHILE THE DOCTOR STANDS TO THE______OF THE PRONE PT.
    RIGHT/RIGHT
  3. TO ADJUST A SPINOUS LEFT BODY RIGHT SBLX OF C5 WITH THE PT. SUPINE, THE PT'S HEAD IS ROTATED TO THE______AND THE LOWER CS IS PLACE TO THE______
    LEFT/EXTENSION
  4. PT. PRESENTS WITH MARKED LOSS OF HEAD ROTATION TO THE RT. STATIC PALPATION REVEALS SPASM AND TENDERNESS OF THE LEFT OBLIQUUS CAPITUS SUP. AND INFERIOR MUSCLES. A_______ADJ. WITH A ____SEGMENTAL CONTACT PT. IS INDICATED
    ROTARY OCCIPUT; LEFT MASTOID
  5. MOST CONSISTENT WITH NON-STRUCTURAL SCOLIOSIS
    COMPENSATORY
  6. APPROPRIATE MEASUREMENT FOR LISTING A VERTEBRA WITH INTERSPINOUS SPACE BELOW AND ABOVE
    FLEXION
  7. OCCIPUT LISTING, HEAD TILT TO LEFT, W/O ROTATION BY THE POSTE RIOR PLUMB LINE
    RIGHT LATERAL
  8. PT. PRESENTS WITH PAIN OVER THE PSIS AND REFERRED PAIN OVER THE GREATER TROCANTER INTO THE GROIN AND OCCASIONALLY DOWN THE BACK OF THE THIGH. THERE IS SCIATIC NOTCH TENDERNESS
    SIDE POSTURE OF THE SACROILIAC ARTICULATION
  9. PT. PRESENTS WITH ARTHRALGIA, PARESTHESIA AND MILD WEAKNESS COLD INTOLERANCE
    HYPOTHYROID
  10. SACRAL APEX LEFT REFERS TO SACRAL ROTATION WITHIN WHICH BODY PLANE
    CORONAL
  11. RATIONAL FOR ALWAYS USING A SUPERIOR TO INFERIOR LOD FOR ADJUSTING ATLAS
    WHEN C1MISALIGNS LATERALLY IT ALSO RIDES SUP. ON THE CONDYLES
  12. MUSCLE PALPABLE NEAR ITS ORIGIN NEAR THE PUBIC BONE
    ADDUCTOR GROUP
  13. VB LISTING APPROPRIATE FOR A VERTEBRA RIGHT WITH A RIGHT SUPERIOR SPINOUS LISTING
    LEFT ROTATION WITH A LEFT LATERAL FLEXION
  14. 57 YOF, SMOKER, BILATERAL CALF CRAMP WITH ACTIVITY RELIEVED BY REST
    CARDIOVASCULAR
  15. SEGMENTAL CONTACT POINT IN LUMBAR VB NOT SAFE FOR ADJ
    TP'S
  16. STATIC POSTURAL ANALYSIS OF A PT. REVEALS THAT THE LEFT SHOULDER IS HIGHER THAN THE RIGHT AND THE NECK IS FLEXED TO THE LEFT AND ROTATED TO THE RIGHT
    LEFT SCM AND LEFT LATISSIMUS DORSI
  17. ATLAS ROTATION AND POSTERIORITY OF THE LEFT TP. MOTION PALPATION REVEALS THAT THE RIGHT TP DOES NOT MOVE POSTERIORLY. LOD
    RIGHT SIDE A-P
  18. PROMINENT RT. TP OF T12 IN A LEFT SECTIONAL CONVEXITY IS BEST CORRRECTED WITH A SGL HAND PISIFORM CONTACT ON THE ____SIDE OF THE SP_____OF THE PRONE PT.
    LEFT/LEFT
  19. LATERAL NECK FLEXION AND ROTATION WITH THE FACE ORIENTED AWAY FROM THE SIDE OF LATERAL FLEXION RESULTS FROM
    SCM/SAME SIDE
  20. PT. LOWER TS BACK PAIN, PRECIPITATED BY BENDING BACKWARDS AND INTO THE RIGHT AND RELIEVED BY LYING DOWN. PAIN IS SHARP SUPERFICIAL RADIATING PAIN
    DERMATOMAL
  21. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PSIS AND THE S2 TUBERCLE ON THE RIGHT AND THE RIGHT PSIS IS LOWER ON THE LEFT INDICATES
    POSTERIOR TO INFERIOR AND EXTERNALLY ROTATED
  22. LS DISPLAYS SMOOTH ARC DURING LATERAL BENDING AND STACKING OR RESTRICTION DURING LEFT LAT. BENDING. SPINAL DISTORTION
    RIGHT CONCAVITY AND LEFT CONVEXITY
  23. BASE POST. SACRUM AND A CONCURRENT L5 SPONDYLOLISTHESIS____SUPERIOR TO INFERIOR LOD LUMBAR MOTION MVMTS HAS THE LEAST LATERAL FLEXION
    L5,S1
  24. TO NORMALIZE L.S. MVMTS AT THE C5, C6 MOTION SEGMENT WHILE THE PT. IS SEATED AND THE DOCTOR STANDS ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE PT.
    SEGMENTAL CONTACT (PULL MOVE)
  25. PROMINENT RIGHT TP AT T7 IN A RT. SECTIONAL CONVEXITY IS MOST EFFECTIVELY CORRECTED BY A SGL HAND PISIFORM CONTACT ON THE___PROCESS WHILE THE DOCTOR STANDS TO THE___OF THE PRONE PT
    RIGHT/RIGHT
  26. PALPATION OF CS REVEAL THE ARTICULAR PILLAR AT C5
    RIGHT TP
  27. DC'S LEFT INFERIOR HAND TO CONTACT A SIDE LYING PT. TO CORRECT AN ANTERIOR PELVIC LISTING
    ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIUM ON THE RIGHT
  28. IPSILATERAL HEEL LIFT IS CONTRAINDICATED FOR TX OF
    POSTERIOR SUPERIOR SACRUM
  29. 26 YOM 3 DAY HX OF GENERALIZED LBP, = RIGHT BOWSTRING SIGN, RIGHT GLUTEAL MUSCLES
    PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME
  30. VB IS RIGHT POSTERIOR AND SUPERIOR, THE RIGHT TP PROCESS IS
    POSTERIOR AND SUPERIOR
  31. ATLAS SBLX ANTERIOR SUPERIOR RESTRICTS
    FORWARD FLEXION
  32. CONTACT POINT O PT. IS USED TO CORRECT AN ANT. SUP. OCCIPUT SBLX WITH A CERVICAL CHAIR ADJ. PROCEDURE
    SUPERIOR PORTION OF THE GLABELLA
  33. POSTERIOR OBSERVABLE FINDING CHARACTERISTIC OF A RIGHT OR LEFT LATERAL OCCIPUT
    IPSILATERAL HIGH EAR AND MASTOID
  34. PROMINENT LEFT TP OF L2, LEFT CONVEXITY, MOST EFFECTIVELY CORRECTED BY
    A RIGHT HAND CONTACT ON THE LEFT MAMMILARY
  35. ILEAC SBLX INDICATED BY AND ? VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MEASUREMENTS OF THE OBTURATOR FORAMEN ON AN A-P LUMBO-PELVIC X-RAY
    POSTERIOR INFERIOR EXTERNAL
  36. PROMINENT RT. TP OF L5, LEFT CONVEXITY, SGL HAND PISIFORM
    LEFT, LEFT
  37. 34 YOF, 3 MONTH HX WEAKNESS AND NUMBNESS, INDEX FINGER AND THUMB
    WRIST ADJUSTMENT CS NOT PRESENT)
  38. DC HAND CONTACT POINT USED FOR SEATED ROTARY BREAK CS MOVE
    MIDDLE FINGER
  39. MOTION SEGMENT IN LUMBAR SPINE HAS GREATEST RANGE OF SEGMENTAL LAT. FLEXION
    L1,L2 (TRANSITIONAL AREA)
  40. PRIMARY CONSIDERATION TO DETERMINE ROTARY CERVICAL MANIPULATION
    ANGLE OF THE FACETS
  41. PT. LOWER BACK, HIP, POSTERIOR-LAT. THIGH AND ANTERIOR LEG TO THE GREAT TOE, WEAK QUADS, PARESTHESIA IN THE ANTEROMEDIAL THIGH AND KNEE
    PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME
  42. RT. PIIS WITH WIDE FLAT RIGHT BUTTOCK AND RT. FOOT FLARE. THE BEST PT. PLACEMENT AND SEGMENTAL CONTACT POINT FOR A SIDE POSTURE
    RIGHT SIDE UP, MEDIAL ASPECT OF PSIS
  43. SBLX WITH LET. FOOT PAIN REFERRED TO POSTERIOR CALF MUSCLE
    CUBOID
  44. THE FIRST BARRIER TO JOINT MVMTS IN MOTION PALPATION IS
    PHYSIOLOGIC
  45. 34 YO PT. WITH MARKED TS KYPHOSIS. XRAY INDICATE ROUGHENED TS END PLATES WITH SLIGHT ANT. COMPRESSION OF THE VB
    SCHEUERMANNS DZ
  46. 35 YOM WITH SEVER LBP, RADIATES INTO THE RIGHT BUTTOCK AFTER HEAVY LIFTING
    DO NOT USE ROTATION
  47. INTERSPINOUS SPACE BELOW AND INTERSPINOUS SPACE ABOVE
    EXTENSION
  48. CONTACT POINT OF PLI-L
    RIGHT LAMINA
  49. LIG. FIXATION CZ
    ABRUPT BLOCK WITH NO GIVE AT THE END ROM
  50. GRADE 4 DELTOID MUSCLE STRENGTH AND A +1 BICEPS REFLEX
    C5 ADJUSTMENT
  51. T12, NEGATIVE THETA Y AND A NEG. THETA Z IS MOST EFFECTIVELY CORRECTED BY A DBL THENAR ADJUSTIVE PROCEDURE WITH A _____HAND CONTACT WHILE THE DOCTOR STANDS TO THE_____ OF THE PRONE PT.
    (PLI-T)-----RIGHT/RIGHT
  52. ELDERLY FEMALE WITH DIFFUSE OSTEOPOROSIS, HYPERKYPHOTIC
    SACRAL APEX AND AUXILIARY THORACIC CONTACT
  53. MOST SIGNIFICANT DISTORTION IN A LATERAL SCOLIOTIC CURVATURE
    CORONAL PLANE
  54. TO CORRECT POSTERIORLY ROTATED RIGHT LATERALLY FLEXED OCCIPUT WITH PT, SEATED
    LEFT, RIGHT
  55. SUPINE ROTARY BREAK TO ADJUST C6 RIGHT LATERAL FLEXION WITH LEFT VERTEBRAL BODY ROTATION
    LEFT LAMINA PEDICLE JX
  56. PAIN AND INABILITY TO PERFORM SPEED'S TEST, YERGUSON'S, ABBOT SAUNDERS AND LUDINGTON'S
    BICEPS TENDON
  57. WEAKNESS OF ABDOMINALS AND HAMSTRINGS RESULTS IN
    ANTERIOR TILT ? LUMBAR LORDOSIS
  58. QUANTIFIES SPINAL SBLX
    GONIOMETER
  59. LEFT TS CONVEXITY, PROMINENT TP ON LEFT, WHICH HAND
    RIGHT HAND CONTACT ON THE LEFT SIDE OF PT.
  60. PROMINENT LEFT T12 TP, LEFT CONVEXITY
    LEFT TP ON LEFT SIDE OF PRONE PT.
  61. ATLAS ROTATION IN THE TRANSVERSE PLANE IS CORRECTED BY WHAT ELEMENTS OF A SIDE POSTURE ADJUSTMENT
    DOCTOR POSITION
  62. TS LEFT LATERALLY FLEXED
    VERTICAL DIMENSIONS ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TS DISC SPACES
  63. LOW SHOULDER 2? TO SI LIGAMENTOUS INSTABILITY OFTEN INVOLVES HYPERTONIC MUSCLES
    LATISSIMUS DORSI
  64. CS SBLX ADJUSTED WITH PT. SUPINE AND THE HEAD LEVEL AND ROTATED 45? TO THE RIGHT
    LEFT POSTERIOR SBLX
  65. APPLIED TO REMOVE CORONAL PLANE ROTATION OF THE SACRUM IF SACRAL APEX HAS DONE LEFT
    COUNTER CLOCKWISE TORQUE
  66. PARESTHESIA. FINGER FLEXION
    C8
  67. DEFLECTION TO NERVE SCOPE
    SHARP
  68. ARTHRITIC IN 2? TO TRAUMA OF CS
    C5-C6
  69. CONTACT POINT OF C7 IN RIGHT LAT. FLEXION
    • PLS
    • NOT RISK FACTOR FOR VVAO
    • ADOLESCENT PT.
  70. CONTRAINDICATED FOR ADJUSTMENT OF HIGH VELOCITY LOW AMPLITUDE THRUST
    TRANSVERSE LIGAMENT INSTABILITY
  71. INDICATES AN ACJ SEPARATION
    STEP DEFORMITY
  72. CHAIR ADJUSTMENT DC CONTACT POINT
    TIP OF THE INDEX FINGER
  73. PASSIVE MOBILIZATION OF SI JOINT
    DEJARNETTE BLOCKING TECHNIQUE
  74. PALPATION OF LESSER TUBEROSITY OF THE HUMOROUS IS ENHANCED BY
    EXTERNALLY ROTATING
  75. JOINT OF FOOT W/O A-P MOTION
    SUBTALAR
  76. POSTERIOR PLUMB LINE REVEALS
    EOP; S2 TUBERCLE
  77. LEFT LATERAL FIXATION OF BODY, CONTACT
    LEFT POSTERIOR INFERIOR
  78. PELVIC MALALIGNMENT CZ IPSILATERAL LONG LEG
    AS ILIUM
  79. CLOSED WEDGE TOWARD THE POSTERIOR OF A DISC SPACE ON A LATERAL LUMBOSACRAL X RAY
    • SEGMENT ABOVE IS
    • POSTERIOR TO SEGMENT BELOW
  80. REPRESENTATIVE OF LUMBAR VB POSTERIORITY, RIGHT SPINOUS ROTATION, WITH RIGHT CONVEXITY AND AN OPEN WEDGE ON THE LEFT
    PRI-SP
  81. A SHORT STABBING NON-RADIATING PAIN WHICH OCCURS DURING PASSIVE ROM
    FACET CAPSULITIS
  82. IN THE GONSTEAD ANALYSIS WHICH SPINOUS LISTING APPLIES TO THE 5TH LUMBAR VERTEBRA
    PRI-M
  83. GONSTEAD X-RAY ANALYSIS, SPINOUS LISTING APPLIES TO 5TH LUMBAR VERTEBRA
    PLS-M
  84. DESCRIBES VB ROTATION IN DIAGRAM
    RIGHT ROTATION LEFT LATERAL FLEXION
  85. INJURY TO SHOULDER WHAT TYPE OF EXERCISE INITIALLY-PASSIVE PENDULAR ACUTE BACK INJURY-ICE WHICH MUSCLES SHOULD BE STRENGTHENED FOR HYPERLORDOSIS IN THE LS
    ABDOMINALS
  86. AS ILIUM
    PSOAS MUSCLE
  87. CONTACT AND LINE OF DRIVE FOR A ASIN
    ISCHIAL CONTACT, MEDIAL TO LATERAL LOD
  88. PRESENCE OF_______ABSOLUTE CONTRAINDICATION
    OSTEOMYOLITIS
  89. MEDIAN NERVE MAY BE ENTRAPPED WHERE
    PRONATOR TERES
  90. A RIGHT L4, L5 MEDIAL DISC PROTRUSION WILL EFFECT
    RIGHT LEAN, L5 NERVE
  91. ORTHO TEST FOR SPASTIC SCALENE MS.
    ADSON'S TEST
  92. MUSCLES RESPONSIBLE FOR LATERAL FLEXION TO THE RIGHT
    RIGHT SCM
  93. INVERT THE FOOT IT ALSO
    PLANTAR FLEXES
  94. RIGHT SIDED HIP PAIN FOLLOWING A FALL. WHICH ORTHOPEDIC TEST WOULD BE MOST HELPFUL IN PINPOINTING THE PROBLEM
    PATRICK'S TEST
  95. BEST EXERCISE IN THE TX OF SPONDYLOLISTHESIS
    FLEXION OF THE KNEE'S AND HIPS WHILE SUPINE
  96. SEGMENTAL CONTACT POINT ON THE PATIENT IS USED TO CORRECT AN AS OCCIPUT
    SUP.GLABELLA
  97. ASR ATLAS LISTING CONTACT POINT ON SEGMENT
    RIGHT TP
  98. APPROPRIATE WAY TO EVALUATE PELVIC AND SHOULDER UNLEVELING
    SCOLIOMETRY
  99. SIDE POSTURE ADJUSTMENT, SUPERIOR HAND LEFT SHOULDER AND SOFT PISIFORM OF INF. HAND ON 3RD LUMBAR MAMMILARY PROCESS L3 MAMMILARY
    PUSH MOVE
  100. ADVISE PT. NOT TO_____ AN ULNAR BURSITIS
    SPLINT
  101. SIDE POSTURE PT. PAIN ON SIDE DOWN
    TROCHANTERIC BURSITIS
  102. HOW WILL BODY COMPENSATE FOR UNILATERAL FIXED SI JOINT
    SHORTER STRIDE ON SAME SIDE
  103. CORRECT LOD FOR A PIIN WHEN CONTACTING THE PSIS
    P-A, I-S, MEDIAL TO LATERAL
  104. MEDIAL ROTATION OF THE RADIAL HEAD INHIBITS WHICH MOTION OF THE RADIUS AND ULNA
    SUPINATION
  105. AN ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT IS BEST CORRECTED BY
    SOLE LIFTS
  106. EXTENSION EXERCISES SHOULD BE PRESCRIBED TO CORRECT
    WEAK GLUTEUS (MACKENZIE)
  107. RELATIVE CONTRAINDICATION TO ADJUSTING
    ANEURYSM
  108. BEST DESCRIBES DBL TRANSVERSE ADJUSTMENT
    DBL CROSSED ARM BILATERAL PISIFORM
  109. CONTRAINDICATION FOR ADJUSTING ACUTE FACET SYNDROME
    PRONE
  110. WHICH VB BODY POSITIO LISTING DESCRIBES A CERVICAL VERTEBRA WHICH IS MISALIGNED WITH RIGHT SUPERIOR DEVIATION OF THE SPINOUS PROCESS
    LEFT ROTATION, LEFT LATERAL FLEXION
  111. GANGLION IMPAR
    CARE IN COCCUS ADJUSTMENT
  112. CORRECT LOD FOR AN ANTERIOR THORACIC
    A-P, S-I
  113. WHICH BONES MAKE UP THE KNEE
    FEMUR, TIBIA, PATELLA
  114. DURING LEFT LATERAL BENDING, A NORMAL UPPER LUMBAR THORACIC SPINE FORMS A _____CONVEXITY WITH THE ROTATION OF THE SPINOUS TO THE______
    SP'S TO THE LEFT,
  115. BODY TO THE RIGHT LEFT POSTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINE IS POSTERIOR COMPARED TO THE RIGHT. PAIN IS LOCALIZED TO THE RIGHT SI JOINT. THE MOST APPROPRIATE CASE MANAGEMENT IS
    RIGHT ILIUM
  116. A TOED OUT FOOT FLARE WITH PRONATION OF THE FOOT MAY INDICATE WHICH PELVIS LISTING
    IN ILIUM
  117. ON X-RAY LISTING FOR IN. INNOMINANT TO BE AS. WHAT IS THE SHAPE OF THE OBTURATOR FORAMEN
    DECREASED VERTICALLY
  118. FIXED VERTEBRA IN A LEFT LATERAL FLEXED POSITION WITH LEFT SPINOUS ROTATION. WHICH TP POSITION DESCRIBES THE STATIC POSITION OF THE VERTEBRAL SBLX
    RIGHT POSTERIOR SUPERIOR
  119. CORRECT CONTACT POINT FOR A THORACIC VERTEBRA IN LEFT LATERAL FLEXION AND RIGHT SPINOUS ROTATION
    LEFT SIDE OF THE SPINOUS
  120. WRIST EXTENSION FROM THE NEUTRAL OCCURS MAINLY AT THE
    PROXIMAL CARPOMETACARPAL
  121. THE ANKLE ADJ. THAT IS LEAST TRAUMATIC FOR AN ACUTE INVERSION SPRAIN
    DORSIFLEXION WITH EVERSION
  122. OCCIPUT LISTING BEST CORRRECTED WITH PT. LYING SUPINE AND THE PT'S HEAD ROTATED 90? TOWARD THE RIGHT
    LEFT POSTERIOR SUPERIOR
  123. STANDING PT. OBSERVATION: LEFT PSIS IS HIGHER THEN THE RIGHT PSIS. WHICH MALPOSITION IS PRESENT IF THE PSIS IS FIXED AS CHRONIC PATELLAR DISLOCATION
    VASTUS MEDIALIS
  124. LISTING OF SPINOUS PLS-M INDICATES A BODY FIXED IN______ ROTATION AND ____LATERAL FLEXION
    RIGHT, RIGHT
  125. SPINOUS LISTING CORRESPONDS TO AN LPI TRANSVERSE PROCESS LISTING
    PRS BODY
  126. VB RIGHT POSTERIOR AND SUPERIOR, THE LEFT TP IS
    ANTERIOR AND INFERIOR
  127. LEFT POST. ROTATED OCCIPUT, FLEXED TO THE RIGHT
    LEFT, LEFT
  128. DOCTOR STANDS AND CONTACTS RIGHT LAMINA PEDICLE JX OF C2
    RT-LT, I-S
  129. PRONE PT. EXTENDED LEGS ONE IS SHORTER THEN OTHER, FLEX KNEE'S, SORT LEG BECOMES LONGER THEN OPPOSITE LEG
    POSITIVE DERIFEILD
  130. MOST APPROPRIATE PROCEDURE TO ADJUST A POST. ROTATED SCRUM AND IPSILATERAL ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIUM IS TO
    SACRUM TO ILIUM
  131. WEAK AB'S AND HAMSTRINGS RESULT IN WHAT PELVIC TILT
    ANTERIOR, LORDOSIS
  132. NARROWED BUTTOCK ON RIGHT PSIS ANTERIOR AND SUPERIOR
    ASEX
  133. PR-M AT L1 INDICATES
    A RIGHT SCOLIOSIS
  134. LATERAL TO MEDIAL GLIDE OF THE TIBIA MAY INDICATES WEAKNESS
    MCL PROMINENT RT TP OF T12 IN A LEFT CONVEXITY IS BEST
  135. CORRECTED WITH A SINGLE HAND PISIFORM ON THE ______SP WHILE DC STANDS ON THE _____SIDE OF PT.
    LEFT SP, LEFT SIDE OF PT.
  136. L3 LUMBAR VB HAS ROTATED TO THE LEFT AND SUPERIOR AND THE LEFT TP IS POSTERIOR, LOD
    P-A, COUNTER CLOCKWISE, I-S
  137. PALPATION REVEALS THE SPACE BETWEEN THE 2ND SACRAL TUBERCLE AND THE LEFT PSIS IS GREATER THAN THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE 2ND SACRAL TUBERCLE AND THE RIGHT PSIS INDICATES
    EXTERNAL ILIUM ON THE LEFT
  138. SIDE LYING PUSH PROCEDURE TO CORRECT A RIGHT L3 TP ON THE RIGHT CONVEXITY
    LEFT
  139. HAND CONTACT ON THE RIGHT MAMMILARY PROCESS DIAGRAM
    PRS
  140. DYSFUNCTION OF THE DORSAL SPINE WILL HAVE AN EFFECT UPON WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING JOINTS
    SCAPULOCOSTAL
  141. CONTACT POINT OF A PLI-M AT L5 IS THE ____PROCESS OF L5
    RIGHT MAMMILARY
  142. IPSILATERAL WIDENING ANS INTERNALLY ROTATED ILIUM WILL PRODUCE WHICH POSITION OF THE ILIUM ON AN X-RAY
    IN WIDENED
  143. ADJ OF RIGHT POST. INNOMINANT ANS A RIGHT SHORT LEG, THE INF. SUPPORT IS PLACED ON THE
    RIGHT ACETABULUM
  144. MERALGIA PARESTHETICA
    LATERAL FEMORAL CUTANEOUS
  145. RADICULAR PAIN BUT NOT REFERRED PAIN
    A SENSORY DEFICIT IN DERMATOMAL PATTERNS
  146. PAIN AN INABILITY TO PERFORM SPEED'S AND YERGASON'S TEST
    BICEPS TENDON
  147. PARS DEFECT DUE TO LYTIC AND STRESS FRACTURE
    ISTHMIC (TYPE II A)
  148. DISC LESION OF L3, L4, WILL EFFECT
    RECTUS FEMORIS
  149. LEFT LATERAL FLEXION OF L4, 5 SEGMENT, PT SHOULD BE
    (RIGHT) SIDE LYING AND DC CONTACT (L4 SPINOUS)
  150. LUMBAR SIGL HAND PISIFORM THRUST SHOULD BE DELIVERED WITH A (SLIGHT) AND
    (HIGH) AND A (SLOW) RELEASE
  151. GENERAL SIDE POSTURE ADJ
    UTILIZES A BODY DROP ADJUSTMENT
  152. MOST COMMON CAUSE OF SPINAL STENOSIS
    DJD
  153. LEAST LIKELY TO REQUIRE A REFERRAL TO ANOTHER DOC
    CLUSTER HA
  154. TX OF A HYPER MOBILE JOINT
    STABILIZE
  155. RESULT OF BILATERAL HYPERTONICITY OF PSOAS
    LUMBAR HYPER LORDOSIS
  156. (positive) NERVE CONDUCTION TEST
    IVD HERNIATION
  157. DISC INJURIES IS MOST RESISTANT TO MANIPULATIVE THERAPY
    SEQUESTERED FRAGMENT
  158. AN L3 LESION WITH ONLY ONE PEDICLE SEEN ON X-RAY
    HEMIVERTEBRA
  159. NOT AN ACCURATE RECORDING FOR THE USE OF A BRACE
    NOT TO CORRECT A CURVE OF LESS
  160. THEN 20? LEFT LATERAL FLEXION, LEFT ROTATION, FLEXION AND EXTENSION
    PRI
  161. C5-C6 NERVE ROOT INVOLVEMENT
    DELTOID MUSCLE AND BICEPS REFLEX
  162. TRACTION CAN BE USED FORE
    FACET SYNDROME
  163. MOTR, SENSORY AND REFLEX DEFICITS DUE TO IVF ENCROACHMENT OF C5-C6
    WRIST EXTENSION,
  164. PRS SPECIFIC ADJUSTMENT FOR C5
    SPINOUS, SEATED
  165. AVOID FLEXION
    CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
  166. TESTING EXTENSOR POLLICIS BREVIS
    FINKELSTEINS
  167. DRIVE USED TO CORRECT LOWER TS (ALWAYS)
    I-S
  168. SHARP HADLEY'S S CURVE TO THE RIGHT CZ'D BY
    TIGHT ERECTOR SPINAE MUSCLES
  169. PURPOSE OF INDIFFERENT HAND IN TS THUMB MOVE IS
    STABILIZE THE HEAD
  170. SEVER EXTENSION OF VB NO OTHER FINDING
    DOUBLE THUMB TRANSVERSE
  171. INTERNAL COCCYGEAL ADJ. ONE MUST BE CAREFUL NOT TOUCH
    GANGLION IMPAR
  172. SYNONYMOUS WITH SLR
    LASEGUE
  173. TX MOST APPROPRIATE FOR PAIN, SWELLING AND INFLAMMATION IN A 2? KNEE STRAIN
    ICE (CRYTHERAPY)
  174. 14 YOF PAIN WITH EXTENSION
    OSGOOD SCHLATTERS DZ
  175. CHRONIC LBP IS MC ASSOC.
    DISC SYNDROME
  176. P-A BLOW TO KNEE
    ACL DAMAGE
  177. L4 MUSCLE CHECK
    TIBIALIS ANTERIOR
  178. LEAST SPECIFIC CS ADJUSTMENT
    SUPINE MASTER CERVICAL
  179. BEST EXERCISE FOR SCHEUERMANNS
    EXTENSION
  180. EXERCISE PLACES THE SPINE IN EXTENSION TO CORRECT DISC PROBLEMS
    MCKENZIE
  181. FLEXION EXERCISES USED TO CORRECT A PELVIC MISALIGNMENT
    WILLIAMS
  182. HOME EXERCISE FOR TOS PT
    STRETCH PEC MINOR
  183. TRUE IF ADJ PT WITH REITER'S SYNDROME
    IT GETS WORSE AND PROGRESSIVE
  184. NOT HOME CARE FOR TOS
    HOLDING THERE HAND OVER THERE HEAD FOR SLEEPING
  185. DECRASES GASTRIC MOTILTIY
    CERVICAL ADJ.
  186. BREAK IN PARS WITH NO ANT. MVMT
    SPONDYLOLYSIS
  187. TO ADJUST BASE POST. SACRUM
    EXCEPT SIDE POSTURE, SUP, HAND CONTACT
  188. HYPOTONIA, NYSTAGMUS, ATAXIA, DYSDIADOCHONESIA
    CB
  189. RECENTLY INJURED JOINT
    PASSIVE EXERCISE FIRST
  190. EXERCISES FOR CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
    ISOTONIC EXTENSION
  191. ISOMETRIC
    FOR JOINT INJURY= NO MVMT
  192. ISOTONIC
    STRENGTH
  193. ISOKINETIC
    REHAB-----SAME SPEED
  194. NO HEEL LIFTS FOR
    LONG LEG, LONG LEG ROTATION
  195. WILLIAMS EXERCISES ARE USED FOR
    WEAK HAMSTRINGS, WEAK ABDOMINALS
  196. NOT USED FOR UPPER CERVICAL ADJUSTMENT
    THUMB MOVE
  197. RESTRICTED FLEXION AND RESTRICTED INTERNAL ROTATION
    ASIN
  198. ASSOCIATED WITH ANTERIOR ATLAS SBLX
    LATERAL
  199. BEST TO TREAT RECURRENT CHRONIC OR AN ACUTE LBP
    CRYOTHERAPY

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